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|Origin||Serbia (FR Yugoslavia at time of formation)|
|Past members||Anabela Đogani|
The duo comprises Marina (vocals) and Gagi Đogani (born Gazmend Đogani). Gagi, who is the leader of the band, is a brother of Đole Đogani who is a leader of yet another famous Serbian dance music group, Đogani. Until 2009 member of the group was Anabela Đogani, Gagi's ex-wife.
Funky G were one of the first music groups promoting dance music in the region. They became famous with their song "Samo u Snu" (Only In a Dream), launching a dance music scene in the former Yugoslavia to new levels (often blending it with folk elements).
On 29 April 2009, Anabela and Gagi Djogani divorced. In 2010 Marina replaced Anabela.
- 1994 - Samo u snu (Only in the dream)
- 1995 - Mi smo tu (We are here)
- 1996 - Budi tu (Be here)
- 1997 - Hej ti (Hey you)
- 1998 - Supersonic
- 1999 - Tebi (To you)
- 2000 - Dođe mi da... (I feel like...)
- 2001 - Napraviću lom (I'll break a rule)
- 2002 - Napravi se lud (Go crazy)
- 2003 - The Best of
- 2005 - Nedodirljiva (Untouchable)
- 2007 - Osmi smrtni greh (Eighth deadly sin)
- 2008 - Kafana na Balkanu (Café on the Balkan)
- 2009 - Pali Anđeo (Fallen Angel)
- 2014 - Joco Kurovi (Mustang Veles)
- "Anabela i Gagi se razvode". SrbijaNet. 6 March 2009. Retrieved 2010-01-29.
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